Swinomish Tribe Builds U.S.’s First Modern ‘Clam Garden,’ Reviving Ancient Practice

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This article discusses what is believed to be the first clam garden, a traditional, Indigenous way of boosting shellfish production, built in the United States for close to 200 years. It also highlights how the practice is bringing together members of tribes across the border between Canada and Washington state.

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